In case you missed it (or if you want to see it again!), here are the slides and video from our recent webinar with LexCharge CEO Jeff Shavitz: Business Development for Lawyers 101.
In this webinar, Jeff discussed methods of increasing profitability by monitoring your key numbers, P&L, and marketing. He also discussed how to incorporate technology, social media, and communications in your firm’s business model.
Business Development for Lawyers 101 from Rocket Matter on Vimeo.
Click here to view a visual of the time management matrix quadrants that Jeff mentions during the webinar.
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This webinar was recorded on August 9, 2017
Jeff Shavitz is the CEO and co-founder of LexCharge, a leading payment processing company for lawyers. Prior to LexCharge, Jeff began his career working in investment banking at Lehman Brothers. Soon thereafter, he founded Charge Card Systems (CCS), a national credit card processing company that grew to multiple offices around the U.S. with 500 sales people. In addition to his payments background, Jeff is a serial entrepreneur having founded and sold three businesses. He’s also an Amazon #1 best-selling author of six books including Size Doesn’t Matter— Why Small Business is BIG Business, and he’s a contributing writer for Entrepreneur and The Business Journals. Jeff speaks regularly at business conferences throughout the country and shares personal stories about how independent business owners can more successfully grow their companies.
Nefra MacDonald is the Business Development and Strategic Partnership Coordinator at Rocket Matter. After working in various capacities at law firms, corporations, and non-profits, she decided to use her experience to help address the pain points that practicing lawyers feel every day. Nefra currently co-chairs Rocket Matter’s Product Advisory Committee, which serves as a source of targeted feedback for the company’s product improvement strategy.